IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Congratulations to the Class of 2013
2013 Athletic Hall Of Fame
Bishop Loughlin MHS, held its annual Athletic Hall of Fame on May 4th and welcomed eight new Hall of Famers.
Congratulations to the Bishop Loughlin Musicians and Volunteers who participated in yesterday’s All City Chamber Music Competition
Clarinet Quartets 1st PlaceOlivia Barley, Destiny Henry, John Gonzalez andTeresa Dane.Alto Saxophone Trio 2nd PlaceAshley Salinas, Sekani Blaze and Samantha GregoryClarinet trio 3rd PlaceRodnesha Diamond, Jeffrey Lange and Tiffany SantosVocal Trio 1st Place Amber McIntosh, Imaan Williams and Brianna Bruno
Congratulations to our Bishop Loughlin Memorial H.S athletes.
Daily News names All-Borough and All-City boys and girls high school basketball teams
Boys First Team
Khadeen Carrington, Bishop Loughlin, Jr.Carrington was a highlight waiting to happen, able to dominate a game in a variety of ways. The junior southpaw averaged 24.7 points a game, dropping 24 in a losing effort against Christ the King in the city title.
Mike Williams, Bishop Loughlin, Jr.Williams averaged 19.8 points a game while displaying one of the sweetest-looking jumpers in the city. The under-recruited 6-1 guard was also a lock-down defender for the Lions.Girls First Team
Imani Tate, Bishop Loughlin, SrTate, who’s headed to Albany, carried the Lions for much of the season, leading them on an unexpected run to the CHSAA ‘AA’ state final, where they ended up losing to Bishop Ford.Girls Second TeamJasmine Alston
Honorable MentionJordan Nanton, Bishop Loughlin ( boys)Kiana Clark, Bishop Loughlin ( girls)
Brother Dennis Cronin is on a mission to make Bishop Loughlin H.S.‘a real anchor’ for its students.
Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School was a part of Brother Dennis Cronin’s life long beforehe was named school president.
His biological older brother, Dan, went to Loughlin. “I grew up on his yearbooks,” Brother Dennis said. “So Loughlin always had a place in my imagination.”
Brother Dennis, 60, first taught at Loughlin for a summer when he was 19. He returned to Loughlin, an 80-year fixture in Brooklyn’s Fort Greene neighborhood, as principal on July 1, 2001. He was named president in 2008.
Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/brooklyn/great-people-brother-dennis-cronin-president-bishop-loughlin-memorial-high-school-article-1.1270427#ixzz2Ldpqe8fJ
Mambo Legends Orchestra Performs At Loughlin
The Mitch Frohman Quartet performed at Bishop Loughlin, on Friday, February 15, 2013. Mitch Frohman toured with the Tito Puente Orchestra for over 25 years. The Mambo Legends Orchestra is the surviving member of the Tito Puente band and the band he is in was just nominated for a Latino Grammy.
Mr. Frohman held a workshop in the school with Loughlin's Senior Band prior to the school wide performance. The students were truly inspired by him, his music and his spirit.